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Tag Archives: genre fiction
Late last week, I received a request to edit someone’s manuscript. Once I asked what the genre was, I never heard back. A friend suggested that the potential client didn’t know what “genre” meant. I’ve been so steeped in this … Continue reading
The thing most writers are afraid of, and the one thing we must learn to master in our writing, is emotional truth. According to John Vorhaus, contributor to WriterUnboxed: . . . we’re still afraid. In conveying emotional truth on … Continue reading
Women’s Fiction is about the problems women face and how they overcome them. But it’s in the presentation of those problems where WF writers catch a break not readily available to other genre authors–they can use more backstory. Which makes … Continue reading